Atlanta Braves Going Full Capacity, Not Requiring Vaccinations

We’re almost to the point where nearly everyone can enjoy Atlanta Braves baseball at Truist Park again. In fact, soon all you will need is a desire to go to the game.

The Braves have announced that, starting May 7, they will return to full capacity, allowing fans to come back as long as they wear a mask. Vaccinations, however, will not be necessary.

That’s not all.

“If you’re not comfortable, the Braves say they’ll give you a credit for a future game this season,” relayed Bill Shaikin of the LA Times.

Truist Park has been opened to 33% seating capacity since the start of the season. Its full capacity is listed as 41,018.

The Braves (11-12 through Tuesday) are off to a so-so start, but so is the rest of the NL East. So they are very much in the race for the division lead. They are scheduled to face the Philadelphia Phillies on May 7, the day the seating increase goes into effect.

Written by Sam Amico

Sam Amico spent 15 years covering the NBA for Sports Illustrated, FOX Sports and, along with a few other spots, and currently runs his own basketball website on the side,


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    • Exactly. Still 100% inhumane and maniacally loony to require ANYONE to wear a mask. That oppressive BS should be recognized and rejected every single time. May anyone and everyone requiring any form of this tyranny be obsolete sooner than later.

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